News | April 15, 2008

Compressus Expands MEDxConnect Product Suite

April 16, 2008 - Compressus will showcase several MEDxConnect product line expansions at SIIM 2008 — which will be held from May 15-18 in Seattle, WA — including its Study Routing Management, which permits radiologists to review and diagnose any study from any workstation on the enterprise network.

The advanced new routing by the MEDxConnect Medical Message Mediator (the M3) in conjunction with the MEDxConnect Virtual Worklist is capable of putting the right studies and information at the right place automatically. The study will be supported by appropriate pre-fetched historical studies, all appropriate historical data, reports, orders, etc.— all automatically. The MEDxConnect System, using the HL7 and DICOM standards together, aims to achieve customer prescribed delivery of appropriate data for review and diagnosis wherever it is needed throughout the enterprise automatically. Regardless of the acquisition site or where the historical data is resides in the enterprise, utilizing innovative Study Routing Management, MEDxConnect automatically provides fast, efficient easy to use information for facility independent review and diagnosis, said the company.

For more information: www.compressus.com

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